Nurse Educator – Pediatric Diabetes Program- Outpatient – Florida Hospital for Children Florida Hospital for Children seeks to hire an Outpatient Diabetes Nurse Educator who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ. Most commonly known as RN’s, these individuals can be found at every level of patient care. All cardiac nurses must become registered nurses, which involves schooling and passing an exam. Must pay the appropriate yearly membership fee during the ADNEP Assembly (January). You may also be called a clinical nurse specialist and focus on a specific disease or type of care. Her research interest is in health promotion behaviors in people with diabetes. Contact the WOCNEC office for specific information and to make arrangements to have clinical preceptorship in metro-Atlanta.
I witnessed so much suffering from potentially preventable diseases (mouth and throat cancers) and saw many patients lose their kidneys to the complications of diabetes, that I knew I had to do something to help prevent these complications. Registered nurses who want to become parish nurses also need a background in public health care education, patient counseling and community nursing. … The American Nursing Credentialing Center requires 500 hours of experience, as well as a passing score on a Diabetes Management Board Certification exam. Some universities offer a part-time study option, which gives students up three years to complete the courses